Spark Classic – Email App

Spark Classic – Email App for PC and Mac

Published by Readdle Inc. on 2024-04-11

  • Compatibility: Available on Windows 11, Windows 10, Windows 7 & MacOS 10, 11, 10.13
  • Category: Productivity
  • Licence: Free
  • Software version: 2.11.39
  • File size: 53.20 MB

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Spark Classic Overview

What is Spark Classic? Spark is a personal email client and team email app that offers a modern design, fast and intuitive interface, smart inbox, and collaborative features. It allows users to categorize emails into Personal, Notifications, and Newsletters, discuss emails privately with teammates, handle shared inboxes, and create emails together using a real-time editor. Spark also offers features like scheduling emails, snoozing emails, natural language search, smart notifications, powerful integrations, built-in calendar, creating links to emails, and customizable swipes and cards. It aims to provide a truly personal email experience that users will love.


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Spark Classic – Email App Features and Description

1. Spark lets you handle an inbox together with multiple people, assign emails just like tasks, set deadlines, and track progress.

2. Spark is the best personal email client and a revolutionary email for teams.

3. Modern design, fast, intuitive, collaborative, seeing what’s important, automation, and truly personal experience that you love - this is what Spark stands for.

4. Smart Notifications filter out the noise, letting you know when an email is important, saving you from notification overload.

5. Powerful, natural language search makes it easy to find that email you're looking for.

6. No email will slip through the cracks! This feature is invaluable for small teams like info@, sales@, or support@.

7. A full-featured calendar works right in your email to help you always be on top of your schedule.

8. For the first time ever, collaborate with your teammates using a real-time editor to compose professional emails.

9. Create secure links to a specific email or conversation.

10. Before you send an email, quickly swipe to choose the right signature for the occasion.

11. Love, like or acknowledge an email in an instant.


  • - Mac user since 2003
  • - Paid to use Airmail through version 3
  • - Dual OS user (Windows 10 & macOS)
  • - Uses Outlook 2019 for Mac
  • - Free to use
  • - Robust search function
  • - Send later function built in

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Installation Requirements

PC Compactibility/Requirements for Installation

Compactible OS list:
  1. Windows 11
  2. Windows 10
  3. Windows 8.1
  4. Windows 7
  5. Windows Vista

Requirements for MacOS Installation

Intel, 64-bit processor, OS X 10.7 or later.

Compactible OS list:
  1. macOS Ventura: 13.3
  2. macOS Monterey: 12.6.4
  3. macOS Big Sur: 11.7.5
  4. macOS Catalina: 10.15
  5. macOS Mojave: 10.14
  6. macOS High Sierra: 10.13


Spark Classic – Email App - Is it safe to download?

Yes. The app is 100 percent (100%) safe to download and Install. Our download links are from safe sources and are frequently virus scanned to protect you

Software Reviews and Criticism

  • By EastSky

    Best Multi-Account Email Client I've tried!

    I'm a dual OS user (currently Windows 10 & PC)-- and I have been since 1996 (Windows XP & Windows OS8/9). Ever since my company dropped CC:Mail (circa '90s) and migrated to Microsoft Office and Outlook, I've been using it successfully on Windows and Mail on my PC (ever since Windows OS X 10.6, Snow Leopard). Mail started having issues with my multiple accounts (10 ), so I switched over to Outlook, which I honestly liked much better. At first, it worked fine, but then started having the same issues as Microsoft Mail-- locking up, hanging-- the only app in my aresenal that seems to do so! I have Outlook 2019 for Windows (and 2016 before it), which is nearly identical to Office 365 version, but it still just can't handle it. Constant pauses. I have been searching for an email client that would work better than Outlook for a while-- either the feature set was too sparse, or it was too thin and/or buggy. Enter Spark. Whew! What a life-saver! I've been using it for a month or more now, and not a single lockup. LOVE the Smart reading pane-- FANTASTIC! Outlook could learn a few things (besides getting rid of the bugs with multiple accounts)! I only wish that Spark was a true stand alone app and didn't force me to create an online account with them. I would happily pay money for the client-- but I guess with the online account I'm sharing data that essentially is.

  • By Herb 2111

    Near painless email

    There is so much right with this program that I would gladly pay, and pay a lot, for it--the fact that's free is hard to believe. I use it on all platforms--phone, tablet, desktop, laptop-and it finally cured me of POP. I used to create a lot of categories and tags with my old programs (Postbox--prior to that Thunderbird--prior to that Mail) so as to keep track of things, but the search function in Spark is so robust that I don't have to now--I use gmail, which keeps an archive, and Spark searches it seemingly instantly. Somehow everything is quicker with Spark, and simpler. I can follow the threads now--that always confused me in Postbox. I use the "send later" function, which I find essential, and which is an add on in Thunderbird and Postbox--but it's built right in to Spark--thank goodness, because I couldn't do without it. I could go on and on. One thing I miss--in Postbox I could resize any graphic by clicking and dragging. In Spark you can reduce graphics, but you have to pick a size--small, medium, or large. That's the only thing I miss--but the tradeoff is well worth it. I spend a lot less time on email now. One more thing--I was constantly looking up how to do things in the manual of my old program--I don't even know if there is a Spark manual--but I seem fine without it--truly amazing.

  • By 2010mastersdegree

    New to Spark, but…..

    I use several email clients due to work, my own business, personal, etc. To say I despise the Gmail format is an understatement, so I was looking for something relatively user friendly, streamlined, and fast to manage, as I have planned to incorporate all these emails into one client by “forwarding.” I am trying Spark after using Outlook for yeasrs. I like a lot of the customization of Spark, but where it shines for me is the ability to customize the “swipe” feature. I can move emails around immediately without going to the ribbon IF I customize it to suit my own needs. Yes, you have to take some time to learn the mechanics of it, and yes you have to customize it, and YES it’s a learning curve (albeit not a steep one). I’ve had it for less than two weeks and the only bit I don’t use yet is where I might connect it to a “note” app. For me, I would have liked to see a “Notes” feature inside Sperk to activate shoudl I choose instead of using one of these other programs, but I get that this would work for many folks…..I’m not one of them, though, as my notes are really quick and short (think stickies more than notebook notes). That said, it’s not a heavy user program, IMO. It’s for those of us with short message needs and to keep our heads above water with all our clients. In that, I think it’ll be a keeper. (and let’s face it….ANYTHING is better than the Windows’s mail app—or at least I think so).

  • By mfears

    Recommend Microsoft Mail Instead

    I started using Spark over a year ago. The interface seemed better than Microsoft Mail so I decided to purchase. After using this mail client for some time I realized it was not as user friendly as I originally thought. I had ongoing trouble and confusion because of how it displays mail threads and how it will sometimes remove part of the thread randomly or show the missing parts as a separate email. What I was accustom to was all of the related emails being grouped together but Spark does this only partially and randomly at that. Many times I spent several minutes (up to an hour) trying to find information that was in an email earlier in the thread. Then I would discover the needed email for reasons I couldn't understand would not be included in the thread even though it was part of the thread. The interface is so confusing that I would reply to emails asking for information that had already been supplied. Another annoying issue is if you reply to an email from the preview view, it truncates the email deleting all of the email thread. If you want to forward or reply including the thread, you must open the email in a new window. Never could get used to that. Microsoft released an update to Microsoft Mail which with many improvements. I've deleted Spark and gone back to Microsoft Mail and all of my problems are gone. The experience with Spark was promising but quickly declined as I discovered how erratic confusing the UI is with Spark.

  • By Joe Clay

    Spark is the best email client on PC

    I’ve been a Windows user since about 2003. I started out with Mail and grew to really hate the interface. I jumped to various clients after. I even used Thunderbird for a time. Then I paid to use Airmail through version 3. While it was OK, every version had bugs they never got around to fixing, and it seemed to always have issues with accounts and syncing. I just can’t accept issues with technology (email) that basically predates the world wide web. When I discovered Spark, I jumped over. Spark has few bugs—and certainly not the ones that have actually lost me email in Airmail. Setting up multiple machines takes 2 seconds because sync actually works flawlessly. The search is way better than Airmail, which was always a gripe of mine. The only thing that Airmail has over Spark is being able to single out messages from the same sender, but Spark's smart view kind of makes that irrelevant. Spark’s smart view also helps me to clean out my email quicker. It’s really well done. I also prefer how it handles attachments—it puts them at the bottom of the message rather than inline. I do wish it’d remind me if I use a word like “attach” or “attached” to double check that I attached something. But the last email client that did that for me was Thunderbird so I’m not knocking it. I can’t see myself switching from Spark as long as it stays as good as it currently is. Nothing else on PC comes close.

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